Research Expertise: Computational Linguistics
Mark studies the across several areas of linguistics, including phonology and phonetics of lexical tone, and its relationship to intonation; gestural, prosodic, morphological and syntactic ways of marking focus, and their use in discourse; formal models for linguistic annotation; and information retrieval and information extraction from text.
- Chinese TIMIT: A TIMIT-like corpus of Standard Chinese, Yuan, J. | Ding, H. | Liao, S. | Zhan, Y. | Liberman, M., 2017 20th Conference of the Oriental Chapter of International Committee for Coordination and Standardization of Speech Databases and Assessment Techniques, O-COCOSDA 2017, 2018
- Information structure and prosodic prominence: how does sentence final particle affect cantonese intonation?, Zhang, H. | Liberman, M. | Lee, T., Proceedings of the International Conference on Speech Prosody, 2018
- Linguistic camouflage in girls with autism spectrum disorder, Parish-Morris, J. | Liberman, M.Y. | Cieri, C. | Herrington, J.D. | Yerys, B.E. | Bateman, L. | Donaher, J. | Ferguson, E. | Pandey, J. | Schultz, R.T., Molecular Autism, 2017
- Automatic measurement of prosody in behavioral variant FTD, Nevler, N. | Ash, S. | Jester, C. | Irwin, D.J. | Liberman, M. | Grossman, M., Neurology, 2017
- Prosodic strength intrinsic to lexical items: A corpus study on tone reduction in Tone4+Tone4 words in Mandarin Chinese, Lai, W. | Liberman, M. | Yuan, J. | Xu, X., Proceedings of 2016 10th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing, ISCSLP 2016, 2017